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Iranian scientist imprisoned illegally in US for one year
On October 25, 2018, an airplane carrying Iranian professor Masoud Soleimani heading to the United States on a research mission touched down at a Chicago airport. One year on, the stem cell scientist remains incarcerated without a fair trial.
Trump threatens to sue top Democrats amid impeachment inquiry
President Donald Trump threatened on Saturday night to sue top congressional Democrats Rep. Adam Schiff and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi amid the House impeachment inquiry into the president.
Iran to sue US over breach of nuclear deal: VP
The Iranian vice president for legal affairs said the Islamic Republic will push court action to seek damages caused by the United States after Washington’s violation of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal.
US coercion jeopardizing global trade system: Iran
Iran said Tuesday that the United States’ illegal sanctions and coercion tactics have jeopardized the international trade system, and that the world must break its silence over America’s "unprecedented threat".
Second whistleblower in Trump-Ukraine scandal comes forward – lawyer
A second whistleblower, with first-hand knowledge of President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine, has spoken with the intelligence community’s internal watchdog, the lawyer representing the official said on Sunday.
Zarif video chats with UN envoy hospitalized in NY
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif held a video chat with hospitalized Iranian diplomat in New York, after the US barred the minister from visiting the patient.
Saudi Arabia pressed by Perry to allow nuclear inspections
President Donald Trump’s administration has sent a letter to Saudi Arabia that sets out requirements the kingdom needs to follow in order to get US nuclear technology and know-how.
Germany urges US to talk with Iran
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas reiterated on Friday that a thaw in US-Iran tensions must result in new talks about the 2015 nuclear deal.
France, Britain aim to show unity on Iran as G7 looms
UK unlikely to change Iran stance despite Trump meeting
France and Britain aim to present a united front on the issue of Iran – where they have been at odds with the United States – as major world powers prepared to discuss Iran and other topics at the G7 Summit.
Iran sanctions threaten the lives of young cancer patients
In the continuing battle being fought over sanctions between the US and Iran, Tehran warned the United States on Monday not to retake a seized supertanker released overnight. That tanker, allegedly carrying sanctioned crude oil headed toward Greece, was released by Gibraltar, which rejected an American appeal to detain the Iranian vessel longer.
UN rights chief bemoans unilateral sanctions on Venezuela
Tensions started escalating at the end of January, when Juan Guaidó, head of the country’s National Assembly, challenged the legitimacy of sitting President Nicolás Maduro and was declared interim president by the National Assembly. President Maduro has been in power since 2013 and was sworn in again for a second term on 10 January.
Amnesty International issues travel warning for US
Human rights organization Amnesty International issued a travel warning for the US on Thursday, citing "rampant gun violence” in the country.
Australia rules out hosting US missiles
Australia on Monday ruled out hosting ground-based US missiles after talks with Washington's top defense and diplomatic officials.
We have a white nationalist terrorist problem
By The Editorial Board of The New York Times

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